Meet Pam

Meet Pam

Meet Pam

“With [EBA's] recommendations, my hormone levels are improving. My recovery from training has improved. My menstrual cycle is becoming more regulated. I feel an increase in energy levels, and can perform better during training.”

Gym Owner and CF Regionals Competitor

In spite of her diligence, she packed on about 15 pounds of “puffy” fat over the previous year, her energy had dropped, and she wasn’t feeling her usual, healthy self.  Frustrated and stumped, Pam contacted us.

 

Through a quick hormone investigation, we uncovered that Pam had major imbalances.  In fact, her levels were low across the board.  Cortisol, testosterone, estrogen, melatonin, you name it, it was low.

 

After following our recommendations informed by these results, Pam lost 7 pounds in 6 weeks.  She was also sleeping better and performing better in the gym – all with no major changes to her diet or exercise.


“With [EBA’s] recommendations, my hormone levels are improving. My recovery from training has improved. My menstrual cycle is becoming more regulated. I feel an increase in energy levels, and can perform better during training.”

 

Thanks Pam!  We hope to see you at the CrossFit Games next year.  To hear more about her experience, read on….

 


Why did you decide to run the hormone test on yourself?

“I ran a hormone test on my own before and was curious to see if I made any progress after changing my diet and taking a few supplements on my own for 3 months. To my dismay, there wasn’t significant improvement from my previous test.”

How has your energy/performance changed since implementing some of Brandon’s recommendations?

“With [EBA’s] recommendations, my hormone levels are improving. My recovery from training has improved. My menstrual cycle is becoming more regulated. I feel an increase in energy levels, and can perform better during training.”

Would you recommend this to others?  Who?  …and Why?

“I would recommend this to everyone. I think it’s beneficial for everyone to know where they are with their hormone levels. If they’re at a healthy level, then you know to continue to keep doing what you’re doing. If they can improve, then you can make changes for the better. And if you’re like me, you can start to rebuild yourself, and maintain healthy levels of hormones. Especially for competitive athletes, if you put yourself through intense training year round, then this should be one of your tools for physical maintenance to keep your body running well for the long haul.”

 – Pam Eamranond, Owner of CrossFit 626 and 4 time Socal Regionals Qualifier